Spent one day here, slept in bijagua (see other reviews)
Rough, long (1 hour) unpaved road to get up to the park. Nice trail, did a round trip including all (short) side trails.
Didn't see much wildlife. The biggest sightseeing is the forest and off course the mineral blue water, which looks on your photo as if it is photoshopped, but it is really that blue!
Don't forget the bring a poncho to be sure, even in dry season (jan/febr). Trail can be quite muddy because of quite some rain! You can clean your shoes at the ranger station. There are also toilets.
Definitely worth the visit!
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